Categories
Uncategorized

ddd dot Day of Languages dot Banned Books Week

Former Surinamese president Dési Bouterse convicted of murder for the second time—but will he go to prison?
‘I just cry’: Dying of hunger in Ethiopia’s blockaded Tigray
Time to set precedent for recognizing Lukashenka’s regime as criminal
Eastern Tibet: Wave of arrests over language rights, Dalai Lama images
Australia’s Fraser Island Reclaims K’gari, Its Original Indigenous Name
Lorde’s Māori-language EP, ‘Te Ao Mārama,’ is for Everyone
French Polynesia and New Caledonia see deadly COVID-19 surge
A sweeping spate of murders rivals COVID-19’s ‘third wave’ in Jamaica
Greek authorities begin moving migrants into new cam
Lao Christians Formerly Evicted from Their Villages Still Wait For New Homes
Global protest seeks to turn up heat on leaders over climate
Cape Verde: More than 500 turtles returned to sea in one month
Hong Kong’s Alliance Began With A Million-Strong March of Solidarity
Drone strike kills at least 1 in rebel-held Syrian province
Latvia had EU highest homicide rate in 2019
Jews redeem firstborn son in ancient ceremony
Southeast Asian Nations Cautious Over New AUKUS Defense Pact
Cameroon separatists kill 15 soldiers in attacks using explosives
Niger hosts major Sahara camel race in the desert
U.S. adds top Guatemalan, Salvadoran officials to corruption list
Only ‘Patriots’ Voted Onto Hong Kong’s New Election Committee
Pianist Beisembayev ‘on cloud nine’ after winning Leeds competition
Canadian party leader makes election pledge to learn Welsh
In Southeast Asia, Privatized Vaccination Schemes Gain Traction
‘Hotel Rwanda’ hero sentenced to 25 years on terror charges
A ‘Proof of Death’ Video From Xinjiang
Pardoned Catalan independence leader Jordi Sànchez takes his case to European Court of Human Rights
Tempers Flare At Serbia-Kosovo Border As Pristina Presses ‘Reciprocal’ Move Over License Plates
French defence minister visits Mali amid tensed relations
Cuba starts first mass COVID-19 vaccine campaign for children
Haitians Decry Deportation From Texas-Mexico Border
North Korea warns submarine deal with Australia could lead to nuclear arms race
Lebanon Sees No Relief after Arrival of Iranian Oil Shipments
1964 September 21: Malta Independence Day
1981 September 21: Belize Independence Day
1991 September 21: Armenia Independence Day
Bloc Québécois cements itself as third largest party in Canadian Parliament
Retelling indigenous Tamang people’s torment and trauma through sacred seeds, handmade paper and slates
Time Magazine & Ortega’s Political Prisoners in Nicaragua
Basques pledge to maintain their traditions even as immigrant generation passes
Indigenous protestors seek Norwegian ‘asylum’ for Brazilian tree
Libya lawmakers pass no confidence vote for transition govt
Catalan pair relive night that changed battle for independence referendum
Qatar’s ruler urges world leaders not to boycott Taliban
Hong Kong Police Arrest Three Student Activists For ‘Inciting Subversion’
Scottish climate fund benefitting poorest countries set to double
Vietnam Will Buy 10 Million COVID-19 Vaccine Doses From Cuba
How Social Security Scotland is changing lives with devolved powers
The Trouble With Minsk? Russia
Cambodia PM Hun Sen Walks Back Death Threat on Exiled Scholar
Huawei, Xiaomi phones pose cyber security risks, finds Lithuanian probe
Uyghur Exile Group Leader Turned Back Trying to Enter Turkey
Latvia wants former central bank boss charged with witness tampering
Vietnamese Border Region Residents Remove China’s Electrified Fencing
Baltic states run first connecting train in decades
Detained Chinese Rights Lawyer Tortured Again After Complaining About Torture
Spanish ‘Netflix law’ criticized over no quotas for Catalan, Basque, or Galician
The Untouchable: How Kadyrov Maintains His Tight Grip On Chechnya
UN: Yemen Warring Parties Violate Civilians‘ Human Rights
Croatia police trying to identify woman with memory loss
UNHCR Calls for Stop to Forcible Deportation of Haitians
Poll finds nearly 80% of Palestinians want Abbas to resign
Greece tests drone drug delivery for remote regions
1908 September 22: Bulgarian Declaration of Independence
1960 September 22: Mali Independence Day
Genetic study reveals how ancient seafarers settled vast Polynesia
Detained West Papuan activist at risk of ‘dying in jail’, UN expert warns
Breton language = Breton jobs
Belarusian authorities rule to liquidate domestic violence shelter
Iron curtain falls on Hong Kong cinema as censors demand cuts
At UN, Moldovan President Reiterates Call For Russian Troop Withdrawal
Algeria closes airspace to all Moroccan planes
Moroccans want English to replace French as country’s first official foreign language
BBC’s coverage of Scotland a ‘big issue’ for viewers, Tim Davie admits
Lithuanian agency warns against use of Chinese-made phones
‘Comprehensive’ children’s book on Welsh history ‘a game changer’ says publisher
Turkish warship warns Greek ship not to enter its waters
Over 30 dead during Guinea-Bissau health worker strike, union says
‘Boat of tears’ commemorates flight of Estonian refugees in 1944
Namibian opposition criticises genocide compensation deal with Germany
Levits to UN: “Protection of autonomy of human thought the most important task for legal policy”
Estonia ranked second behind Iceland for internet freedom
‘I say one thing, I think another, I do the third’ – Vilnius museum explores Homo Sovieticus
Finnish President calls for global responsibility at UN General Assembly
Belaruskali Rots from Golovaty: Cyber Partisans
Top US, Russian military chiefs meet in Helsinki
Harrowing details of Russian FSB torturing a Crimean Tatar into “confessing” to sabotage
Internet Freedom Collapses in Myanmar, But China Still ‘Worst’ in Rankings
African leaders at the UNGA sound alarm over vaccine shortage, and widening global inequality
China Survey Ship Lingering in EEZ Poses Dilemma for Indonesia
Tunisia sends 120 troops for UN mission in Central African Republic CAR
Attacks on Military on The Rise in Myanmar’s Ethnic Regions After NUG Declaration of War
Displaced Syrian children in Idlib compose ‘letters of peace’
Partners of Cambodian Prince Bidding for French Soccer Club Linked to FIFA ‘Bribery’ Case
Low Vaccination Rates are Hurting Southeast Asia’s Economy
Leader of Cambodia’s Banned Opposition Party Would Offer Amnesty to Hun Sen
Election Bells are Ringing Early in Cambodia – Again
Taiwan Applies to Join Trans-Pacific Free Trade Area, Days After China
Police arrest 2 more in shooting death of N. Ireland journalist Lyra McKee
Taiwan is The Fifth-Best Place in The World For Online Freedom: Freedom House Report
Busted Technology? Repair Coaches Help You Fix Your Gadget
China, US Face Off at United Nations Amid Concerns Over Growing Authoritarianism
Biden Announces 500 Million More COVID Vaccine Doses for Developing Countries
Africa and the Caribbean, together, seek global bargaining power
The Sacrifices of Nicaraguans Abroad Fuel Increased Remittances
Divide, Depoliticize, and Demobilize: China’s Strategies for Controlling the Tibetan Diaspora
Tour Guides Organize and Lobby for Legal Status in Cuba
Beijing’s Growing Influence on the Global Undersea Cable Network
The Northern Ireland ‘amnesty’: Hiding Britain’s ‘misdeeds’?
Revitalizing Indigenous foodways
Inside Nunavut Sivuniksavut, a unique post-secondary option for Inuit youth
Study: Māori and Asian family violence portrayed more negatively in media
Yugoslavian war is a sobering reminder of dark side of nationalism
US special envoy to Haiti quits over ‘inhumane’ treatment of migrants
Ukrainian music forbidden under Soviets comes to limelight in international project
Firms Linked To KazTransGas Chairman Landed Billions In Kazakh Gas Deals
Sweden progresses with two complementary strategies to deter an invasion
Latinization of Ukrainian and Belarusian threatens Moscow’s ability to address Russia’s demographic crisis
Russia Steps Up Charges Against Jailed Crimean Tatar Leader
Tsikhanouskaya’s office to hold World Conference of Belarusians
Top Kyrgyz Officials Meet With Taliban Leadership In Kabul
Spanish Supreme Court rejects lawsuit against Spain’s president over Catalan leaders’ pardons
Serbia Puts Troops On High Alert Along Border With Kosovo Amid Recognition Standoff
Human towers tradition returns to festivals across Catalonia, with restrictions
U.S. Navy, Bahrain partner to ramp up unmanned systems use
Tibet’s Exile Leader Sees ‘Positive Signals’ on Possible Talks With China
Weeds, sewage choke Kashmir’s famed Dal Lake
Hong Kong ‘Double Tenth’ Celebrations Canceled After Security Chief Warning
Mideast in shambles, but the world has moved on for now
Zambia’s Hichilema meets US Vice President
China sends 24 fighter jets toward Taiwan in show of force
Rwanda wins bid to host the 2025 World Cycling Championships
Tensions grow as US, allies deepen Indo-Pacific involvement
African countries unite to build resilient food systems
Clashes between Yemen’s rebels, government forces kill 35
UN: In war, 16 million Yemenis ‘marching’ toward starvation
‘Death sentence’: low-lying nations implore faster action on climate at U.N.
1973 September 24: Guinea-Bissau Independence Day
Alarm about reprisals by Lao PDR against the indigenous Hmong
GAESA: Its Business Is Money Laundering, Not Managing Remittances
Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan’s Discursive Shift From Global Jihadist Rhetoric to Pashtun-Centric Narratives
Communist Messiah Complex
Make way for Wakanda: The UN Security Council needs an African seat
Sweden to deepen military ties with Norway, Denmark, Swedish TV reports
24 Chinese jets fly near Taiwan as Beijing opposes island’s trade deal bid
Isle of Man election: What happens now our MHKs have been elected?
Over 800 Hazara Families Ordered Out Of Their Homes By Taliban
Self-determination underpins NT Aboriginal Justice Agreement
Former Scottish 1st minister Henry McLeish would support independence
Former Catalan president released from custody after brief arrest in Sardinia
All Under One Banner independence march rerouted after Edinburgh Council refusal
North Korea refuses calls for formal end to Korean War
Thunberg joins large German climate rally ahead of election
Tibetans Fear ‘Chinese-Style’ Homes in Qinghai Earthquake Reconstruction
The Little Nation That Could (Stand Up to China)
Hong Kong Court Denies Bail to Fourth Student Activist on ‘Subversion’ Charge
Kremlin finds viruses on imported Turkish tomatoes after Erdogan refuses to recognize Crimea as Russian
Vietnam Protests China Y-20 Aircraft Mission in Spratlys
Lukashenka on lookout for Western spies at Belarusian enterprises
Vietnamese Dissident Receives Death Threats Over Criticism of China’s COVID Vaccines
FSB sends its agents to Ukraine under guise of Belarusian refugees – Bellingcat rep
Lao Workers on China-Backed Railway Project Go Unpaid for Almost Two Months
Supreme Court rules to close down World Association of Belarusians
US Judge: Facebook Must Release Content Linked to Rohingya Genocide in Myanmar
“King of the titushkas” who attacked Euromaidan protesters sentenced to 8 years in prison
Rights Activists Call For Release of Uyghur Scholar on Seventh Anniversary of His Jailing
America needs a permanent military presence in the Baltics, and here’s why
France pledges support for Lebanon’s new prime minister
China accuses US of interfering in Hong Kong 100 times
Palestinians say Israel troops killed protester in West Bank
North Korean Leader’s Sister Seen as Erratic and Arrogant at Home, Officials Say
At U.N., Palestinian head Abbas demands end to Israeli ‘apartheid’ occupation
US prosecutors reach deal to allow imprisoned Huawei exec to return to China
Jailbreak shines light on mass incarceration of Palestinians
Cambodia to Pay $70,000 a Month to Washington Lobby Firm
House approves $1B for Israel’s Iron Dome missile system
Did Mongolia Give up on Winning a UN Security Council Seat?
Tajik President Warns UN Of ‘Serious Threats’ Emanating From Afghanistan
Northern Mariana Islands: US Territory, China-Dependent
Small Fry: Peru’s fishermen battle China’s overseas fleet
Libya PM draws crowd for mass wedding and protest against parliament
Malaysia to Seek Chinese ‘Views’ on New AUKUS Security Pact
Get up, stand up: Barbados leader invokes Marley to goad U.N.
2017 September 25: Iraqi Kurdistan independence referendum
Tibetans in Switzerland and Liechtenstein call on UNHRC to Account China for decades of oppression in Tibet
Ten Months Forced Labor for Young Cuban
AUOB Edinburgh: Thousands march for Scottish independence
Somaliland woman’s influence felt all across the world
Families raise safety concerns over language barrier for Inuit elders at Ottawa care home
Taliban forcing the Hazara farmers to leave their lands
The Māori Women’s Welfare League turns 70 years old and isn’t ready to retire
Tajik Authorities Concerned About Taliban Plots To Infiltrate From Afghanistan
Putin Convened Russian Security Council to Discuss Belarus
Kosovo Police Say Interior Ministry Offices Attacked In Volatile North
Russian warplanes enter Ukrainian military drills area
Lavrov Says Mali Asked Private Russian Military Firm For Help
Libyans protest no-confidence vote against the unity government
US Returns Ancient Gilgamesh Dream Tablet to Iraq
Suicide car bomb attack claims at least 7 lives in Mogadishu
China Frees 2 Canadians After Canada Releases Huawei Executive
More Than 80 Percent of Indonesia’s Vaccine Supply Comes From China
UN: At Least 350,000 Civilians Killed in Syria’s Civil War
Hong Kong Tiananmen Massacre Vigil Organizers Disband in Face of CCP Pressure
Leaders at UN face global concern over regional conflicts
Protests, condemnation, headlines: how the world reacted to Puigdemont’s arrest
Over 100 officials resign from Tunisia’s main Islamist party
Buried treasure: calls for important Welsh artefacts to be brought back home
‘Then the killing started’: Witnesses accuse Tigray fighters
Campaigners march on Caernarfon to call for action on house prices and second homes
September 26: European Day of Languages
In Odisha, an Adivasi community is using traditional farming to fight climate change
World Sindhi Congress held protest in Geneva against human rights violations in Pak’s Sindh
China’s continuous attacks on Tibetan ethnicity
Exhibition in Taipei spotlights ‘genocide’ in Tibet
Threats and abuse hurled at Kiwi business after rebranding with te reo Māori name
Chad seeks support from the central African states to aid in transition
Nicola Sturgeon and Boris Johnson face fresh clash over UK voter ID plan
Mali PM accuses France of ‘abandonment’ over troop drawdown
When Will Tibet Be Liberated From China, And How?
Bumper Brexit? Drivers with Welsh flag number plates to be forced to use ‘UK’ sticker when abroad
Europe’s first-ever female majority parliament elected in Iceland
Israeli Troops kill 5 Palestinians in West Bank Gunbattles
Swiss Voters Approve Same-Sex Marriage In A Nationwide Referendum
At Least 50 Die in Fighting for Yemen’s Marib, Military Sources Say
North Macedonia holds first high-stakes census, first in 20 years
Name Drop: Cleveland Set to Say Goodbye to Indians for Good
San Marino voters decide whether to decriminalize abortion
Theoneste Bagosora, architect of Rwanda genocide, dies at 80
CNN discovers location of ‘Radio Biafra’ in London
Bear River Massacre, the worst slaughter of Native Americans in U.S. history. Few remember it.
Last Week of September: Banned Books Week

Categories
Uncategorized

September 21

1964 September 21: Malta Independence Day
1981 September 21: Belize Independence Day
1991 September 21: Armenia Independence Day

Categories
Uncategorized

Endurance We Learned

Could Washington Support Balochistan Independence?
2020 is deadliest year for `environmental defenders’
Hong Kong District Councilor Expelled After Failing to Take Loyalty Oath
Sierra Leone: the impact of Currency redenomination
Western Banks Close Foreign Currency Accounts In Belarusbank, Belagroprombank, Belinvestbank
Israel strikes Hamas targets after rocket launches
Poland, following Belarus, shuts off main Russian oil export pipeline
Taiwan begins 5 days of war games with simulated biochemical attack
EU should treat Catalan independence campaign like Scotland’s, says foreign minister
In Signal to the US, North Korea Tests New Long-Range Cruise Missiles
Welsh Gov seeking new President for the National Library of Wales
South Korea Becomes Mongolia’s 6th Strategic Partner
Bilingual children have more efficient thinking skills, research by Bangor lecturers reveals
Nicaragua gov’t squeezes doctors, talk of ‘health terrorism’
Lebanon’s Mikati faces tricky path to safe economic ground
Huawei ‘infiltrates’ Cambridge University research centre
Basque Country set to host Tug of War World Championships
Slippery slope for Fiji’s media in politically charged climate
India Must ‘Liberate’ Its Tibet Policy, Raise Human Rights Violations On The ‘Roof of the World’
Diverging narratives on the Belt and Road Initiative in Greece and China
Chinese soft power in Kyrgyzstan grows through culture and language
Devastating impact of COVID on marginalised communities in Somaliland
Dorinda Cox to be WA Green’s first female Aboriginal Senator
Aboriginal Artwork Journeys To $112,500 At Clarke Auction
Māori Party campaigns to change New Zealand’s name to Aotearoa
Memorial Recognizes Detained Chechen Brothers As Political Prisoners
The tides of history are carrying Scotland towards independence
Scant Room For Classroom Debate After Death of Hong Kong’s Liberal Studies
Winner of Norway’s election is wealthy champion of ‘common people’
Tories accused of misleading Scots over oil projects in the North Sea
Uyghur Tribunal Wraps up in London With Eye on December Ruling on Genocide Allegations
Turkish drones in Cyprus endanger commercial flights
Scottish band Texas announce support for Scottish independence
Cambodian Villagers Arrested Over Airport Land Dispute
Pope visit a sign of inclusion for Slovakia’s excluded Roma
Latvian timber merchants concerned about trade with Belarus
US Aircraft Carrier Commander Asserts Freedom to Navigate the South China Sea
Slaughter of dolphins on Faeroes sparks debate on traditions
Estonia mulling new data embassy outside of Europe
North Korea Tests First Cruise Missiles Capable of Hitting Japan
With Taliban’s rise, India sees renewed threat in Kashmir
Delegation from Taiwan to visit Lithuania in October
Hong Kong Prison Support Group Disbands After Security Chief Comments
Military junta opens talks over Guinea’s future post-coup
Lukashenka Has Done So Much That He Should Be In the Hague for Crimes against Humanity
China Closes Tibetan School in Qinghai, Leaving Many Students Adrift
Ida Nudel, celebrated Soviet Jewish refusenik, dies aged 90
Svyatlana Tsikhanouskaya meets with Austria’s minister for EU affairs
Prosecutor requests Haiti’s prime minister be charged for president’s killing
Lebanese cancer patients face frantic search for medication
Hong Kong to Add More National Security ‘Crimes’ With New Law
Azerbaijani Forces Reportedly Set Up Checkpoints On Road Connecting Armenia Cities
Homiel: Women dressed in white-red stage ‘solidarity readings’ on train to show support for senior detainees in Minsk
Tajikistan: The Taliban’s Toughest Critic
Pandemic causes big fall in Welsh learners in Patagonia
Diplomatic Pact to Block Myanmar’s Junta From United Nations – For Now
Spain’s National Court employs terrorism to indict 13 pro-independence CDR activists
With New Law, Singapore Takes Aim at ‘Foreign Interference’
Chinese ambassador Zheng Zeguang banned from UK parliament
Chinese students hit by US visa rejections amid tension
Push for Native American curriculum in schools makes gains
1821 September 15: Costa Rica Independence Day
1821 September 15: El Salvador Independence Day
1821 September 15: Guatemala Independence Day
1821 September 15: Honduras Independence Day
1821 September 15: Nicaragua Independence Day
Resumption of Sino-Tibetan Dialogue is the Only Way Forward
The future is female in PNG
Critically ill Tibetan woman in detention denied medical care
Crimean Tatars face increased oppression by Russia
More Kazakh Activists Sentenced For Links To Banned Opposition Movement
Discover Catalan literature at the 39th Catalan Book Week
‘Brutalized And Tortured’: Kosovo War Crimes Court Starts Case Against Former UCK Commander
‘Historic’ Catalonia – Spain talks on independence issue get underway
Controversial Kazakh Bill Allowing Blocking Of Social Networks Passes First Hurdle
Catalonia and Spain agree to favor ‘progress over deadlines’ in independence conflict talks
Slovenia urges EU leaders to back Lithuania over China
Zimbabwe’s older people often sent to homes amid pandemic
Price increase of CO2 quota has come in six months instead of decade
EU pledges 200 million vaccine doses to low-income nations
Latvia still one of EU’s lowest spenders on R&D
Taiwan drills military as concerns over China grow
EU President Calls on Member Countries to Develop Defense Capabilities Without US Support
Quechua endures in Peru despite centuries of discrimination
‘Let’s call it what it is’: Ursula von der Leyen considers Belarus regime’s actions as ‘hybrid attack to destabilise Europe’
New Serb unity day triggers worries across the Balkans
Europe’s Amazonia will be lost if Poland, Ukraine and Belarus implement E40 waterway
Prominent journalist, Berber linguist, others detained in growing crackdown in Algeria
Kim Jong Un’s sister threatens ‘complete destruction’ of relationship with South Korea
Israel comes to halt for solemn day of Yom Kippur
African Leaders Discuss Ways to Minimize Impact of Climate Change
Lawyers say Palestinian prisoners were beaten after capture
Tunisia President Saied says ‘mafia’ in charge of country
Yemeni gives her time and wages to treat children malnourished by war
North Korean Cops Go Undercover as Phone Brokers to Entrap Refugees’ Families
Guinea talks enter day 2, more leaders meet junta
Chin State Coalition Overruns Myanmar Military Outpost, Killing 12 Soldiers
UN withdraws Gabon peacekeepers from CAR over sex abuse allegations
Laotians Oppose Plan to Build Chinese-Style Buddha Statue in SEZ
Samoa’s First Female-Led Government Sits, But Opposition Barred
Hong Kong Court Jails Nine Over Banned Tiananmen Massacre Vigil
Pay Attention to the KMT’s Chair Election
Protests Spread Amid China’s Real Estate Giant Evergrande Liquidity Crisis
Chinese FM Winds Up Southeast Asia Trip With Stops in Cambodia, Singapore
Northern Ireland police arrest 4 in death of journalist Lyra McKee
The Downfall of Hong Kong’s Privacy Law
Macao casinos lose billions in value in face of possible new Chinese controls
Is the CCP About to Rehabilitate the Cultural Revolution?
Welsh Labour and Plaid Cymru eye ‘ambitious co-operation agreement’
1810 September 16: Grito de Dolores, Mexico
1975 September 16: Papua New Guinea Independence Day
Unesco report reveals extent of Russian threat to Crimean heritage
Half a Century of Chile’s Road to Socialism
Colonial border between PNG and West Papua ‘will fall like Berlin Wall’
UN Experts Question China about the fate of Tibetan Buddhist Scholar Go Sherab Gyatso and Rinchen Tsultrim
Communist Optimism Runs Dry in Cuba
Inuit cancer patients often face difficult decisions without support far from home
Spanish PM rules out indyref in negotiations with Catalan government
Cyprus top court weighs Briton’s false rape claim conviction
Mali youth back deployment of Russian fighters as France issues warning
Cuba opens door to more private business, but red tape looms
Talks with Spain aggravate cracks between Catalonia’s ruling parties
German police detain teen after Yom Kippur synagogue threat
France says leader of militant group accused of deadly attacks in Mali killed
New justice minister takes over as Haiti’s instability grows
Cambodia’s Ruling Party Denies Hun Sen Crashed Banned Opposition Party’s Online Meeting
Mexico highlights Cuban leader’s visit on Independence Day
Togolese rush to get vaccine as Covid-19 pass launches
Libyan commander, Chadian rebels clash in southern Libya
Tove Jansson biopic takes best picture prize at Finland’s Oscars
Zimbabwe orders government workers to get COVID vaccinations
Hong Kong Security Chief Demands List of Press Group Members
Judge seeks arrest of ex-minister charged in Beirut blast
Vilnius council votes to remove monument to Soviet Lithuanian author Cvirka
With eye on Iran, Israeli navy steps up Red Sea presence
Tibetans Detained in Kardze Language Rights Arrests Are Denied Proper Food, Medical Care
Somali President Suspends Prime Minister’s Powers
Indonesia Sends Navy Ship to Tail Chinese Survey Ship, Data Show
Burkina Faso’s Sex for Food Aid Scandal Draws Government Denial, Lawsuit
One in three bridges in Latvia are in ‘critical state’
Hezbollah brings Iran fuel to Lebanon despite US sanctions
Lao Investors in Pyramid Scheme Await Repayment as Government Sells Company Assets
Kurdish Authorities Release 324 Syrian Nationals From al-Hol Camp
Over 40% of Latvian medics display depression symptoms
Another Former Kyrgyz Prime Minister Detained In Kumtor Case
Electricity Bill Boycott Denies Myanmar Military US $1 Billion in Power Revenues Since Coup
How ‘Konfrontasi’ Reshaped Southeast Asian Regional Politics
U.S. stands with Lithuania against Chinese coercion: Blinken tells Lithuanian FM
Despite Crime Concerns, Laos Authorizes Cryptocurrency Trial
Myanmar Villagers Destroy Chinese Fence Amid Border Dispute
Rethinking Social Protection Programs: Cambodian Migrant Workers Deserve Better
Call for new EU strategy regarding Russia: vis-à-vis Lukashenka, Putin and hybrid attacks
New Zealand schoolchildren discover new species of giant penguin
Defrocked Khmer Krom Monk Jailed in Cambodia for ‘Obstructing’ COVID-19 Measures
EL Salvador drafts proposal for controversial constitutional changes
‘We will not accept repression in Belarus’: France’s FM Le Drian meets with Tsikhanouskaya
Hong Kong Police Order Tiananmen Vigil Organizers to Take Down Online Content
Draft of Cuba’s new family code opens door for gay marriage
Poland urges Interpol to introduce additional verification of warrants from Belarus and Russia
Ireland’s Ryanair aims to hire another 5,000 new staff
Woman Who Threw Eggs at Chinese VP Facing Forcible Repatriation From Germany
Bulgaria interim government sworn in until November election
1939 September 17: Soviet Invasion of Poland
São Paulo Mayor wants Guarani to become city’s 2nd language
It’s ‘huge for our language’: Lorde’s new Māori-language EP strikes a chord with NZ’s Indigenous community
Gummadi Anuradha first Adivasi woman in Telugu states to head a law college
A Hmong refugee’s journey to the United States
Germany’s state building challenge in Bosnia and Herzegovina
China as a cultural threat in Ethiopia: From food to cultural appropriaton
The Most Violent Line in Cuba is the One for Cigarettes
Fiji government sacking of chief statistician branded ‘shameful’
World Bank changed data to boost China ranking
European Parliament report expresses grave concern about coercive labor programs in Tibet
Barzani celebrates Kurdistan as example of successful foreign intervention
Safeguarding Pacific Island seas starts with indigenous knowledge
Barbarity Puts Nicaragua in the Global Spotlight
The Emperor’s Clothes: The Naked Truth About Western Sahara
The Pay Gap is Leaving Native Women Behind
Tibetan Writer Dies After Eight Years of Failing Health Following Release From Prison
Chinese Disinformation Operations: What Central and Eastern Europe Can Learn From Taiwan
Men dominate workforce in (Latvia’s) ICT sector
Donbas Vote Seen As Key Element In The Kremlin’s Election Effort
Villagers in Southern Laos Cope With Food Shortages Amid COVID Lockdowns
Armenia Challenges Azerbaijan At International Court Of Justice
Steinmeier: “Anyone who threatens the Baltic states threatens the entire North Atlantic Alliance, and threatens Germany”
#FreeViasna Campaign Launched To Free Belarusian Human Rights Defenders
Cambodia PM Says He Crashed Opposition Zoom Talk to Warn ‘Rebels’
Kyrgyzstan Adds Former Leaders Of Canada’s Centerra Gold To Wanted List
China urges EU to make Lithuania correct its ‘mistakes’
Prince William unveils finalists for inaugural environmental Earthshot Prize
Anti-Junta Townships in Myanmar Fear Internet Shutdowns Signal Imminent Military Offensive
Lebanon’s incoming government restarts central bank audit
Covid pass for nightclubs and events not available in Welsh language
Israeli FM to visit Bahrain in first after diplomatic accord
Pro-Beijing Media Target Hong Kong Trade Union, Labor Groups in Latest Denunciations
WHO director: Lebanon’s brain drain threat to health sector
Barcelona International Motor Show aims to be first large post-pandemic event
Somalia accuses Djibouti of detaining ex-intelligence chief
Taiwan Welcomes AUKUS Pact, Calls For Stronger Ties With Democracies
Qatar plane takes more Americans from Afghanistan
Burundi reopens schools after Covid break
North Koreans Resentful of Missile Launches Amid Hunger and Poverty
Opposition unseats prime minister in Bahamas elections
West Africa turns to sanctions as putschists consolidate power in Guinea, Mali
Greek PM says Turkey is a key partner on migration, EU needs cohesion
Blinken Vows to Urge Arab Countries to Normalize Ties With Israel
Cuba struggles to keep the lights on given decrepit grid
The ones who made it: leaving Guinea to build a life in Europe
Brazil renews protection of little-seen Amazon tribe for six months
Biden Opens Door to Sanctions Over Tigray Conflict
Gabon: Alarm raised on expired HIV/AIDS anti-retroviral drugs
New Zealand Cricket Team Cancels Pakistan Tour Over Security Concerns
Pelosi warns Britain that N. Ireland peace breakdown would imperil post-Brexit trade deal
Two Charged With Murdering Irish Journalist Lyra McKee at Riot
1810 September 18: Fiestas Patrias, Chile
Documentary ‘Sabaya’ shows rescue of ‘IS’ sex slaves
Niger’s nomadic herders get together to celebrate cultural ties
Ortega Dictatorship Alliance with COVID Virus
Papua’s KNPB accuses Jakarta of using military post attack to criminalise them
Indigenous Peoples in Mexico Defend Their Right to Water
Fiji Fawlty Towers government – everything they touch seems to turn to disaster
Bukele Speeds Up Authoritarianism in El Salvador
‘Killed like animals’: documents reveal how Australia turned a blind eye to a West Papuan massacre
What We Learned from Xiaomi Cellphones Being Blocked in Cuba
Fred Dakota, Native American Gambling Pioneer, Dies At 84
FBI offers $10,000 reward for information on the disappearance of Native American woman
Quechua language endures in Peru despite centuries of discrimination
The Struggle to Reverse a Shrinking Population Hits Some Nations Harder
Over 38,000 people taking part in World Cleanup Day in Estonia
Russia and Belarus Are Using Migrants as a Weapon Against the EU
Authorities liquidate Belarusian School Association turning 100 this year
Surviving in the “collective farm paradise”: voices of living Holodomor witnesses
8 of Europe’s 10 dirtiest coal power plants are in Ukraine
Yemen Houthi rebels execute 9 over senior official’s killing
Satellite photos indicate North Korea expanding uranium enrichment
Guinea Junta Defiant Over Letting Conde Leave Country
Guinea: Protest against ECOWAS resolutions
Dueling Tunisian protests erupt over president’s power grab
Scottish independence day of action marks start of new grassroots campaign
1893 September 19: New Zealand allows women to vote in parliamentary elections
1983 September 19: Saint Kitts and Nevis Independence Day
On the money: Kate Sheppard and the making of a NZ feminist icon
Independence supporters take campaign to the streets on indyref anniversary
What is it like to learn Catalan?
Jeremy Paxman says he would vote for Scottish independence
Belarusians in Vilnius demand IKEA stop cooperation with Lukashenka’s regime
Vietnam’s President to Visit Cuba for COVID-19 Vaccine Assistance
Heroic return for four opponents of ousted Guinean president
Voters choose new Hong Kong electors under pro-Beijing laws
Taiwan’s FM condemns ‘hostile’ fruit import ban from China
Israeli army arrests last 2 of 6 Palestinian prison escapees
U.S. Seeks Acceleration Of EU-Balkan Integration
Solomon Islands find the goal in Futsal World Cup finale
710 Indigenous people, mostly girls, were reported missing over the past decade in Wyoming
Hidden stories of enslaved Indigenous peoples

Categories
Uncategorized

September 19

1893 September 19: New Zealand allows women to vote in parliamentary elections
1983 September 19: Saint Kitts and Nevis Independence Day